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opinions on ultra low mileage formula, original owner by cam-a-lot
Started on: 11-09-2019 07:02 AM
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Last post by: David Hambleton on 04-21-2021 06:49 PM
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Report this Post04-24-2020 02:49 PM Click Here to See the Profile for kmartymanClick Here to Email kmartymanSend a Private Message to kmartymanEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Supply and demand I guess - this one just sold on BAT about 1/2 hour ago....

https://bringatrailer.com/l...88-pontiac-fiero-30/

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Report this Post04-28-2020 05:09 PM Click Here to See the Profile for sledcaddieSend a Private Message to sledcaddieEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Also saw a red 88, 5 speed, but with black wheels, and 11,900 miles, from the Baltimore area go for $17K. It's amazing that there are STILL low mileage 88's out there! At the Fiero 30th Anniversary, there was one that had only 300 miles on it, with license plates that said "Retirement". I wonder if that one ever sold, and for how much?
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Retirement, meaning the car is a retirement fund? Sounds like he'll have a retirement fund similar to mine. A man once told me you can get 8 sandwiches out of a can of spam, and I'll probably need to know that.
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Report this Post05-12-2020 09:51 AM Click Here to See the Profile for sledcaddieSend a Private Message to sledcaddieEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Today (5/12/20) there are two 1988 GT's for sale on Ebay. Both are white. Asking prices of $22,500 and $23,000. From what I've seen in the past year, the 88 Fiero prices are on an upward trend. I wonder if Paul Vargas, of NIFE (Fiero Price Guideline), is noticing the same?
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Hello there,
The only way to truly reset the mileage. It is replacing every single functional part of your car. Which if you want to do that, just buy a new car. Trust me, and it will be cheaper. But if you want to avoid this stuff, try to use a miles stopper. I buy it here: mileagestopper.com
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Originally posted by JohnyWalter:

Hello there,
The only way to truly reset the mileage. It is replacing every single functional part of your car. Which if you want to do that, just buy a new car. Trust me, and it will be cheaper. But if you want to avoid this stuff, try to use a miles stopper. I buy it here: mileagestopper.com


Won't be in biz long when the tax by miles go into effect, better get one now...hehe
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Originally posted by JohnyWalter:

...if you want to avoid this stuff, try to use a miles stopper. I buy it here: mileagestopper.com


 
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DISCLAIMER!

The use of the odometer stopper is intended only for research purposes, outside of public roads, and it allows testing on vehicles on dynamometer stands or in laboratory conditions.



Like anybody would use it for those purposes. Anyone using this gadget is no better than a freakin' thief/con artist.

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Right on Patrick!!!
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